Women (Nasty or otherwise) are going to be the reason that Donald Trump is NEVER President!
How do you propose we deal with a case where a gay commander discriminates against a straight soldier? Or, are you going to explain to us that--like black people--gay are incapable of discrimination?
I really need to stop watching I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry before opening this thread.
Most DADT violations that I've aware of *happen* because "someone saw so-n-so at teh movie theater in the next town over kissing her date - then took pictures and presented a case against the kissing soldier" - not very often does someone actually *tell* on themselves.
Just an observation as to *how* the rules don't actually matter - the REAL point is that "we don't want to know - NO MATTER HOW WE HEAR OF IT"
A screaming comes across the sky.
It has happened before, but there is nothing to compare it to now.Pynchon - Gravity's Rainbow
The only acceptable PDA is two hot lesbians. Lipstick ones. I don't want to see some chick who can bench me cramming her tongue down anyone's throat.
Your logic doesn't make much sense, when there are certainly plenty of heterosexuals that wouldn't have to be very openly vocal about their sexuality, when just being married in the military tells a commander that the person is most likely straight. It isn't exactly a secret who is married, whether the person wears a wedding band or not. It is in their file. And they most certainly could have a gay commander now who discriminates, although it is hard to discriminate against a person if everyone else or almost everyone else has the same characteristic as the one being discriminated against. It would be like arguing that a black commander is discriminating against whites, but he only has whites in his unit. Or, from a personal standpoint, it would be like if I were accused of discrimating against men, eventhough I am the only woman in my division in the Reserves. Unless the supervisor is actually stating that he/she is discriminating due to that certain characteristic, in which, he/she is then definitely subject to a discrimination charge.
"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.